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Fantail of the USS Abraham Lincoln While Underway in the Pacific Ocean
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This was taken Christmas morning 2011 while the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) was underway transiting the Pacific Ocean in route to the Middle East for her around the world deployment prior to overhaul. The ship was somewhere around Guam in this picture but it all looks pretty much the same anywhere underway. Shortly after taking this, I went on watch in two plant to celebrate Critmas (the Navy nukes understand what I mean).

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Uploaded: 24/02/2013
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